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Shinola Forged CArbon Monster Dive Watch

Shinola introduces its later Monster dive watch with a model inspired by the Black Beach of northern Minnesota. What's really interesting about this model is that they've chosen to use forged carbon, a material that is created by chopping up carbon fiber into small pieces and then mixing it with resin. It then goes into a step that involves intense heat and pressure to create a marble-like material that is stronger than steel or titanium. The 45mm watch also features an SW200-1 automatic movement with a 38-hour power reserve, and it includes both a leather-lined orange nylon strap and a black rubber strap. 


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